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Diary of a Wimpy Kid
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Genre: Comedy
Format: Animated series
Created by: Jeff Kinney (credited)
Jack N. Green
David Bowers (Season 3-present)
Anthony B. Richmond (Season 4-7)
Developed by: Aaron Osborne
Voices of: Zachary Gordon (Season 1-5)

Robert Capron (Season 1-5) Rachael Harris (Season 1-5) Steve Zahn (Season 1-5) Devon Bostick (Season 1-5) Jason Drucker (Season 1-5) Owen Asztalos (Season 6-present) Alicia Silverstone (Season 6-present) Tom Everett Scott (Season 6-present) Charlie Wright (Season 6-present) Wyatt Walters (Season 6-present) Dylan Walters (Season 6-present)

Theme music composer: Theodore Shapiro (Season 1-2)

Edward Shearmur (Season 2-present)

Composer(s): Theodore Shapiro

Edward Shearmur

Country of origin: United States of America
Canada
France
Language(s): English
French
No. of seasons: 9 (aired)
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Production
Executive producer(s): Jeff Kinney
Timothy M. Bourne
David Bowers
Producer(s): Nina Jacobson (Brad Simpson)
Editor(s): Troy Takaki
Running time: 25 minutes (Two 12-minute stories in each episode)
Production company(s): Color Force
Dune Entertainment
TSG Entertainment
Jeff Kinney Group
Studio SOI
Splat Animation (Season 8-present)
BOOM!
Distributor: 20th Television
Universal Television (season 8-present)
Splat Studios
Broadcast
Original channel: Cartoon Network
Teletoon
Télétoon
France 3
YTV
The CW
Boomerang
Disney XD
Picture format: 1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Original run: September 1, 2009-present
Status: Running
External links
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Diary of a Wimpy Kid (normally known as The Diary of a Wimpy Kid Show) is an French–American-Canadian 2D animated television series. Based on the books by Jeff Kinney. This show follows a middle-school weakling named Greg Heffley, who wrote about his personal life. This show also uses imagination.

On May 7, 2007, One month after the first book was published, it was announced that Cartoon Network was going to make a television series, based on the books.

This show won the award "Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role" in the winter of 2010.